Don't Curse the Nurse!

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Not Just for Nurses

on September 22, 2016

I zoned in on the words ‘hospital’, ‘nurse’, ‘nursing assistant’, ‘peed’ and figured the essay was going to be a rant on the occasional nursing slang that comes out when we’ve run around a little  too much, our joints have gotten loose, and we forget about the generation gap between us and our patients. So, I read on.

My bad.

This was a creative introduction to a homage to the author’s grandmother.

Check it out. It has appeal for everyone.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/os-ed-ps-and-qs-my-word-090316-20160903-story.html

I aspire to go into my “Golden Years” with the described class of the patient’s beloved elder!

 

 

 


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